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Friday 03 March 2017

Commencing at 11:00am

Newnham Street Saleroom

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Thursday 2nd March – 9am to 6pm,
Morning of sale from 9am

Approximately 150 lots of silver including various items of Flatware; Object d’Art; Snuff boxes; Vinaigrettes; Vesta cases; Cigarette & Patch boxes; Tea & Coffee sets; Vanity sets; Cruets; Salvers; Indian silver items and more.

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This selection of items forms a part of our March Antiques & Collectors Items sale.

To find out more about this auction click ‘Auction & Catalogue Details’ above.

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FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED

Recent Highlights in Antique & Collectable Auctions

A late 19th century French kingwood, gilt metal mounted vitrine of bombe form, the base with a pair of Vernis Martin panels, w. 110 cm

Sold for £1,300

Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson Ltd, a part six sitting 'Bonjour' tea service decorated with trees in blossom, comprising: 1 x teapot and cover, 1 x sugar bowl, 1 x milk jug, 4 x cups, 6 x saucers

Sold for £1,800

Beatles Ephemera: a United Artists UK quad film poster for 'A Hard Day's Night', Stafford & Co. Ltd, 76 x 100 cm

Sold for £800

A 20th century bronze figural fountain modelled as a carp on a naturalistic base, h. 120 cm

Sold for £2000

Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a circular bowl decorated in the 'Applique Lugano' pattern with a blue sky, d. 19 cm

Sold for £520

Dr Christopher Dresser for Hukin & Heath, a silver plated six section serviette/letter rack of slender arched design, numbered 2555 to base, h. 12.5 cm

Sold for £680

Gladys Maccabe M.A., R.O.I., F.R.S.A. (b.1918), 'Before the Start',
signed,
oil on board,
37 x 50 cm *Gallery label verso

Sold for £780

A late 19th century yew, crossbanded and brass mounted campaign chest, the secretaire drawer over three further drawers on bracket feet, w. 84 cm

Sold for £1,000

A George III silver covered tankard of tapered cylindrical form, maker (?)GC, London 1791, h. 18 cm, 17.5 ozs

Sold for £1,150

An oak canteen containing a twelve sitting silver service comprising: 12 x table knives and forks, 12 x dessert knives and forks, 12 x cake knives and forks, 12 x fish knives and forks, 12 x soup spoons, 12 x dessert spoons, 12 x grapefruit spoons, 12 x coffee spoons, 12 x teaspoons, 6 x table spoons, 1 x carving rod, 2 x pairs of carving irons, 1 x pickle fork, 2 x butter knives, 2 x preserves spoons, 4 x salt spoons, 2 x sauce ladles, 2 x dessert serving spoons and a pair of fish servers, maker EV, Sheffield 1946, weighable silver 156 ozs

Sold for £3,100

William Watson (fl.1866-1872),
British Longhorn and their young,
signed and dated 1878,
oil on canvas,
29.5 x 44 cm

Sold for £850

A 19th century Tyrolese violin, c. 1830-1840, with a two-part back, carved scroll and rosewood pegs, contained in a later case with two associated bows

Sold for £1,500

Archibald Knox for Liberty, an Arts & Crafts pewter bowl, stamped 'Rd,427694', d. 38 cm

Sold for £560

Franz Bergmann (1861-1936), a cast and cold painted bronze modelled as an Arab boy wearing a fez and a striped tunic lying on his stomach, stamped Geschutszt 3065, l. 15 cm

Sold for £700

A French hand-painted hand fan together with a Venetian fan, both boxed

Sold for £2,500

A Royal Crown Derby teaset decorated in the 'Old Imari' 1128 pattern including a teapot and jug with gilt handles and six tea cups and saucers, together with six matching egg cups

Sold for £520

For Restoration: a Mintons Majolica dish and cover surmounted by a seated sheep, together with a matching two-handled dish numbered 585, d. 28 cm

Sold for £700

An 18th century Dutch walnut and marquetry breakfront bookcase, the pair of glazed doors over four drawers of bombe form on bun feet, w. 137 cm

Sold for £920

A George II silver and parcel gilt covered tankard of bellied form later decorated in the rococo manner, William Shaw and William Priest, London 1756, h. 18.5 cm, 22 ozs

Sold for £1,100

A George III silver covered tankard of plain baluster form raised on a circular foot, John Payne, London 1774, h. 21 cm, 26 ozs

Sold for £1,200

Recent Highlights in Bedford Auction Centre

A late 19th century French kingwood, gilt metal mounted vitrine of bombe form, the base with a pair of Vernis Martin panels, w. 110 cm

Sold for £1,300

Clarice Cliff for Wilkinson Ltd, a part six sitting 'Bonjour' tea service decorated with trees in blossom, comprising: 1 x teapot and cover, 1 x sugar bowl, 1 x milk jug, 4 x cups, 6 x saucers

Sold for £1,800

Beatles Ephemera: a United Artists UK quad film poster for 'A Hard Day's Night', Stafford & Co. Ltd, 76 x 100 cm

Sold for £800

A 20th century bronze figural fountain modelled as a carp on a naturalistic base, h. 120 cm

Sold for £2000

Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery, a circular bowl decorated in the 'Applique Lugano' pattern with a blue sky, d. 19 cm

Sold for £520

Dr Christopher Dresser for Hukin & Heath, a silver plated six section serviette/letter rack of slender arched design, numbered 2555 to base, h. 12.5 cm

Sold for £680

Gladys Maccabe M.A., R.O.I., F.R.S.A. (b.1918), 'Before the Start',
signed,
oil on board,
37 x 50 cm *Gallery label verso

Sold for £780

A late 19th century yew, crossbanded and brass mounted campaign chest, the secretaire drawer over three further drawers on bracket feet, w. 84 cm

Sold for £1,000

A George III silver covered tankard of tapered cylindrical form, maker (?)GC, London 1791, h. 18 cm, 17.5 ozs

Sold for £1,150

An oak canteen containing a twelve sitting silver service comprising: 12 x table knives and forks, 12 x dessert knives and forks, 12 x cake knives and forks, 12 x fish knives and forks, 12 x soup spoons, 12 x dessert spoons, 12 x grapefruit spoons, 12 x coffee spoons, 12 x teaspoons, 6 x table spoons, 1 x carving rod, 2 x pairs of carving irons, 1 x pickle fork, 2 x butter knives, 2 x preserves spoons, 4 x salt spoons, 2 x sauce ladles, 2 x dessert serving spoons and a pair of fish servers, maker EV, Sheffield 1946, weighable silver 156 ozs

Sold for £3,100

William Watson (fl.1866-1872),
British Longhorn and their young,
signed and dated 1878,
oil on canvas,
29.5 x 44 cm

Sold for £850

A 19th century Tyrolese violin, c. 1830-1840, with a two-part back, carved scroll and rosewood pegs, contained in a later case with two associated bows

Sold for £1,500

Archibald Knox for Liberty, an Arts & Crafts pewter bowl, stamped 'Rd,427694', d. 38 cm

Sold for £560

Franz Bergmann (1861-1936), a cast and cold painted bronze modelled as an Arab boy wearing a fez and a striped tunic lying on his stomach, stamped Geschutszt 3065, l. 15 cm

Sold for £700

A French hand-painted hand fan together with a Venetian fan, both boxed

Sold for £2,500

A Royal Crown Derby teaset decorated in the 'Old Imari' 1128 pattern including a teapot and jug with gilt handles and six tea cups and saucers, together with six matching egg cups

Sold for £520

For Restoration: a Mintons Majolica dish and cover surmounted by a seated sheep, together with a matching two-handled dish numbered 585, d. 28 cm

Sold for £700

An 18th century Dutch walnut and marquetry breakfront bookcase, the pair of glazed doors over four drawers of bombe form on bun feet, w. 137 cm

Sold for £920

A George II silver and parcel gilt covered tankard of bellied form later decorated in the rococo manner, William Shaw and William Priest, London 1756, h. 18.5 cm, 22 ozs

Sold for £1,100

A George III silver covered tankard of plain baluster form raised on a circular foot, John Payne, London 1774, h. 21 cm, 26 ozs

Sold for £1,200

Recent Highlights in Specialist Auctions

Farsi manuscript volume of Poetry, small qto. calf binding with a floral blind-stamped design. The book features the work of the 14th. C Persian poet Hafez which has been beautifully transcribed using the original Farsi script to create an attractive two column page format with decorative calligraphic margins. Together with an additional 8vo volume featuring a printed text in the same script. Both late 19th. C.

Sold for £850

For Restoration: A Tri-ang Daimler pedal car (af)

Sold for £900

A gentleman's yellow metal ring set brilliant cut diamond in a recessed claw setting, the shoulders each set six further smaller diamonds, central stone approximately 1 carat, ring size Y, 8.9 gms

Sold for £1400

Borge Mogensen for FDB, a set of four beech and papercord J39 'Peoples Chairs', designed in 1947

Sold for £660

Sir Norman Foster for Tecno, a 'Nomos' table, the rectangular glass surface on a chromed base of typical form with castors, l. 160 cm

Sold for £840

Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia, a 'Dadone' red leather three-seater sofa on a chromed frame

Sold for £980

Nelson Rohilahla Mandela (1918-2013), 'My Robben Island Series II: The Courtyard', limited edition lithograph, signed with artist's motivation and limited edition photograph, 287/350, with certification by Ross McLean Calder, in the original folio

Sold for £1500

A pair of 1940's button upholstered tub armchairs on square tapering feet

Sold for £460

Jean Marie Massaud for Arper, a pair of cream woollen upholstered swivel armchairs on aluminium bases

Sold for £600

6 bottles of Chateau Beychevelle Grand Vin 1998 Saint Julien (ullages into neck)

Sold for £320

Royal Family & Friends at Sandringham & other Norfolk Locations - photographic archive of 24 monochrome prints dating from 1865 to 1913 (21.5 x 16.5 cm) featuring Royal Family groups, individuals and other nobillity, Sandringham House & Gardens, Runcton Hall, Hardwick Hall Suffolk, and the statue of the Prince of Wales' Horse 'Persimmon.' The photographs derive from original negatives in the possession of a member of the Gurney family (two of whom feature in one photograph) one of whose descendants consigned the archive. Each photograph has an annotated note attached to the back providing information about who or what is featured together with a date.

Sold for £620

An extensive collection of legal documents and ledgers relating to Aldham Hall in Suffolk including Conveyances, Deeds of Surrender, Settlement, Nomination, Covenant, Lease & Assignment etc. Together with four Hadham Hall Court Books featuring contemporary hand-written entries. The date range for the whole archive ranges from the 17th. to the 20th. Century

Sold for £2,300

A gentleman's 18ct yellow gold 'Oyster Perpetual Day-Date' wristwatch by Rolex, the circular dial with brilliant and baguette cut diamond hour markers and day and date apertures on an articulated 'Presidential' bracelet strap, with papers and receipt

Sold for £5100

An 18ct yellow gold half hunter pocket watch by William Clarke, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and second hand section, the case enamelled verso with stylised initials, case numbered 9524, overall 121.2 gms

Sold for £1200

Hans Olsen for Frem Rojle, a 1960's teak 'Roundette' set including an extending table, max. l. 156 cm, and six nesting chairs

Sold for £840

A 1960's Danish sofa, the Brazilian rosewood frame with green upholstery and cushions, in the manner of Illum Wikkelso or Ole Wanscher

Sold for £900

Hans Brattrud for Hove Mobler, a set of four 'Scandia' teak high back stacking dining chairs, together with the matching table on hairpin legs, d. 119 cm

Sold for £1300

A late 1950's/early 1960's 'Wentworth' afromosia teak day bed with copper piping and supports and green upholstery, by Toothill, exclusively retailed by Heals

Sold for £1500

Philippe Starck for Flos, a pair of 'Romeo' table lamps with aluminium bases, steel bodies and glass shades, h. 67 cm

Sold for £560

Niels Koefoed for Koefoeds Hornslet, a set of six teak 'Lis' dining chairs, including two carvers, with black vinyl seats, together with a matching extending table, max. l. 219 cm

Sold for £600